[ngw] Problem with MAPI on Windows 10

Darin Field dfield at sgi.sk.ca
Tue Nov 28 17:38:44 UTC 2017

We had same issue.... it was fixed by Installing GroupWise 12.2.2 build

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>>> "Bruce Perrin" <Bruce.Perrin at lbb.texas.gov> 11/28/2017 6:54 AM >>>
Hi Alex,

We have a similar problem. When using the "share via email" | send as
attachment, an email opens up, but the word document does not attach.
do not get any thrown error- it just does not work.

We have not been able to resolve this issue.

Windows 10, Office 2016.

>>> "Alex Saternus" <Alex.Saternus at stadt-haan.de> 11/28/2017 6:50 AM
Hi People,

I have a problem with the GroupWise Clients MAPI Functionality on
Windows 10.

We use Windows 10 Version 1703 and GroupWise 14.2.2 build from

GroupWise is registered as standard application for MAPI and MAILTO
protocol handler, but if I try to export a word document as E-Mail, I
get a MAPI error.

Do you have any suggestions to solve this issue?

Kind regards

Alex Saternus
Stadt Haan - Die Bürgermeisterin
Kaiserstraße 85
42781 Haan
Tel.: 02129/911 - 144
Fax: 02129/911 - 630
Alex.Saternus at stadt-haan.de

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